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Inns in Clitheroe

Swan & Royal Hotel
Castle Street
Clitheroe
Lancashire

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Set in the centre of the main street of the historic market town of Clitheroe, the Swan and Royal in a former coaching inn dating back to the 1830s.

In its earlier years as a hostelry, it boasts guests both famous and some say infamous, in the local area and throughout the country. You can stay in rooms named after a selection of the most interesting of these people.

In the last two years, the Swan and Royal has undergone a major refurbishment, keeping its original character, but making it a warm and friendly place to eat and drink. During the day it is the ideal place to rest tired legs after walking round the market or the wide range of individual shops Clitheroe has to offer. At night it is a little more lively - being the centre of town makes it the centre of socialising!

Whether you are travelling alone or as a family, on business or pleasure, the comfortable en-suite accommodation, which The Swan & Royal offers will ensure you have a relaxed night - leaving you refreshed for the day ahead.

Details

Price per Room:

Double: 62.50
Twin: 62.50
Single: 39.50
Suite: Family Room: 69.50
Four Poster: 67.50
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Sample Menu:


To Start

Home made Soup of the Day with a crispy roll & butter - 1.95
Mussels of the House : New Zealand Mussels in their shells, cooked in white wine & diced shallots and a generous chunk of french bread - 4.25
Grilled Black Pudding : Slices of traditional black pudding set around a pyre of smoked bacon served in a rich madeira sauce - 3.25
The Swan & Royal's Platter of Prawns : Succulent platter of prawns with a crispy lemon garnish and home made marie rose served with brown bread & butter - 3.95
Wings of Fire : Marinated chicken wings in a hot & spicy liquor & flash roasted on a bed of mixed leaves - 2.95
Crispy Breaded Brie Wedges : Deep fried wedges of brie smothered with a warm cranberry jelly and served on a bed of mixed leaves - 3.25
Garlic Baguette : An oven baked baguette with lashings of garlic butter topped with melted mozzarella cheese 2.25, or plain 1.95
Chunky Potato Wedges : Cooked until golden brown and sided with BBQ and lemon mayo dips - 2.75

Main Courses

The dishes below are served with chips or potatoes of the day, today's vegetables or dressed salad.

Classic Chicken Supreme of Chicken Royale : Poached supreme of chicken in white wine with a rich garlic & peppercorn sauce - 6.25
Traditional Home Made Steak & Kidney Pie : Prime pieces of slow cooked steak & kidney in a rich savoury gravy topped with puff pastry - 5.95
Sirloin or Rib Eye Steak : Mouth-watering steak cooked to your liking and served with mushrooms, onion rings and tomatoes - Sirloin 9.95 - Rib Eye 8.95
Why not have a sauce to accompany your steak?
Diane or Au Pouive sauce - 1.25
Gammon Steak : A succulent Gammon steak traditionally topped with egg or pineapple - 6.95
Pork Chops Al A Suisse : A duo of char grilled pork chops topped with fresh tomatoes and melted Cheddar Cheese - 6.50
Cumberland Sausage : Tasty oven baked Cumberland Sausage smothered with crispy onions with a rich ale gravy - 6.25
The Mighty Mixed Grill! Royale! Steak, lamb chop, Gammon, Sausage, Black Pudding, Tomayto, Mushrooms, Onion Rings and Egg - 10.95

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